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We are very proud that we can announce that we have just released XSharp Bandol 9 "Winter has come" to our FOX subscribers.
This new version has some new features and bug fixes. To name a few:

  • We have added support for XBase "dynamic memory variables" (PUBLIC, PRIVATE etc)
  • Some bug fixes in the compiler
  • Some bug fixes in the new macro compiler
  • Some bug fixes and new functions in the runtime
  • Some bug fixes in the VS Integration
  • We have rearranged the Project Properties dialog in the VS Integration. "Include path" and "Suppress standard header file" are no longer configuration dependent but there is one setting for all configurations.

 

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#11 Boonnam 2019-02-05 16:54
In Windows Explorer, I searched for all the project files (.xsproj) and un-check Read-only. I was able to open my solution, and all my projects loaded correctly. After I closed VS, I then check Read-only for all the project files. VS was still able to open my solution properly. I guess it's the first time when you open the solution with beta 9 that we need to make sure the project files are not Ready-only. This might not be an issue if your project is not in source control. We are using TFS.

Boonnam
#10 Robert van der Hulst 2019-02-05 08:25
Boonnam,

Quoting Boonnam:
It works! Thank you very much!


So what did you do? I would like to learn how we can improve this and prevent this from happening again in the future.

Robert
#9 Boonnam 2019-02-04 23:48
It works! Thank you very much!
#8 Robert van der Hulst 2019-02-02 08:10
Quoting Boonnam:
We both are using VS 2017 (professional). My version is version 15.9.4. I see that I have updates available for VS. Currently only two developers (me included) have tried using beta 9.

Boonnam,
Please try this:
- before opening the solution make sure that all the xsproj files are read/write: there is a scenario when the project system makes backup files of your project twice. When the original xsproj is readonly then the first backup will also be readonly and therefore the second backup could fail.
If that does not work then please mail me the sln and xsproj files. No need to send the prg files.
Robert
#7 Boonnam 2019-02-02 00:10
We both are using VS 2017 (professional). My version is version 15.9.4. I see that I have updates available for VS. Currently only two developers (me included) have tried using beta 9.
#6 Robert van der Hulst 2019-02-01 23:37
Boonnam,

Which version of VS ?
And you say that one other has the same problem. Are there others that can work with beta 9 without problems?
If so, can you compare the versions of VS and other extensions ?

Robert
#5 Boonnam 2019-02-01 22:36
I deleted all ".backup" files. Still have same issue.
I made all ".backup" files write-able. Same issue.
I deleted all the folders, and re-load from the TFS. Same issue.

Also, one other developer who also installed beta 9 have same issue.
#4 Robert van der Hulst 2019-02-01 22:09
Quoting Boonnam S:
Unfortunately I cannot attach a file to this thread to show you. But it look something like this:
QL32 (unavailable)

After I attempt to reload the project, I get an error:
Access to the path
'C:\TFSCloud\Development\QLA6_V1.0Migration\QLAdmin-MSDev\QL32\QL32.xsproj.backup' is denied.


Then I can see "QL32 (load failed)".

It still work if I re-install beta 8.

I forgot to mention that XSharp extension is enabled.

Boonnam,

If you want to attach images you should use the forum for messages. There you have the ability to do that.
Comments are usually used for short comments that do not need images.

But I think I know what the problem is: is it possible that there is a readonly version of the .backup file in the folder. Could you rename that or delete the backup and try again?

I know that the project system tries to update the xsproj file (we made the "include path" and "nostandarddefs" configuration independent. During that process it copies the current xsproj file to the backup. Maybe an exception occurs if the backup already exists and is readonly.

Robertt
#3 Boonnam 2019-02-01 22:00
Unfortunately I cannot attach a file to this thread to show you. But it look something like this:
QL32 (unavailable)

After I attempt to reload the project, I get an error:
Access to the path
'C:\TFSCloud\Development\QLA6_V1.0Migration\QLAdmin-MSDev\QL32\QL32.xsproj.backup' is denied.


Then I can see "QL32 (load failed)".

It still work if I re-install beta 8.

I forgot to mention that XSharp extension is enabled.
#2 Robert van der Hulst 2019-02-01 21:49
Boonnam,

Quoting Boonnam S:
I after I installed Bandol Beta 9, all my projects appear as "unavailable". After re-installing beta 8, I re-opened the same solution, I can see all the projects again.

What exactly do you mean with 'unavailable' , 'unloaded' (in which case you can right click and load the project) or was the project system not there and were you not able to reload the project ?
And which version of VS are you using (full version number please)?

Robert

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